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Becky Gleed: A Perinatal Mental Health Professional’s Perspective on Healthcare

We hear a perinatal mental health professional’s perspective on healthcare from Becky Gleed on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare podcast with Rob Oliver. Becky practices in Northern Virginia, just outside of Washington DC. She is a member of the millennial generation. In broader terms, she is a licensed marriage and family counselor with a specialty in perinatal and maternal mental health.

Here are 3 things that stood out as Becky Gleed provided a perinatal mental health professional’s perspective on healthcare:

  • Working moms have unique healthcare needs as they attempt to return to work. Issues such as physical recovery, breast-feeding support and navigating the work environment postpartum.
  • Quality healthcare includes collaboration, equal access and equitable care for all individuals. There are major disparities with marginalized communities.
  • Providers need to take care of themselves, prioritizing their own mental and physical health, in order to improve the quality of care their patients receive.

You can learn more about Becky Gleed, her practice and her books through the links below:

Website: http://www.perinatalreproductivewellness.com
Instagram: http://Instagram.com/employedmotherhood
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/becky-morrison-gleed-991631195/

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